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Thc Toast. .
Tho feist is o'er! ^rnr liiitrcjing wino
Ju lori!!./ cup ?j s&en to sh ino ? .
Before euch eugcr guesi ;
. And -ult-ncc f.ils thc amwoVi ball,
As deep ti- when thc berni.l\? ?;il
Thrills i:: tho loyal breast.
Xbea SJ s. arnsaihe noblest host, ?
Aa-: . :.?:?: g .fr?id, " A tcaSt, a toast,
*f,; y!: '..ur ?-tli-ti !iir.
it.... r*Bfi?r? alf ? pledge thc ?amo
:.. . . . ired : uyou3 d:i.mc
? 'Th - lady C?Vj.Li^cre."
T!:*n (fl ti? i.<*t ?acb g'?'tl tur-.? rung;
And ?oV"'"-^ ?as th.- felina) .!. : ung,
A . ?.--?:.tt.v ?-avo the wi t-c :
A' ! v cup w is rais*j on ''igh,
JS:u' . .>. .- e loud PU'! ?.?'art/som? <*rv
T U Stu-l^'s rukc -.as 1-card.
" Fr.uiiTh. caoci.'?," hu umilitig euii?,
Aud lowly huwvd hi.! hangi) ry head';
" That all tn ay hare iL-ir due,
2i.'W*-a.:h in tnrn mu;t pl-iy his- psrr.
And p!u [ge the lady of his ho?it.
Line gallant knight cad true.".
Then ona by nat euch guest sprung up, .
Aid i2raiaoo*uia iurr. his brimming cup.
Aad named thc lured ono'* name.
And each,as bandon high ho ra iscd,
His lady's graco or beauty praised,
Her constancy and fame.
'Tis now St. Leon's turn to rise,
Oa him are (ixo? those countless eyes, .
A gntlant knight is he;
Envied by some, admired by all,
Far famed in ludy's bower or ball,
. Thc flower of chivalry.
i Fi. Leon raised his kindling eye,
Lifting thc sparkling cup on high,
.. I drink to one," ho said,
'itVnos' image moy-never depart, .
Dvep graven OB this grateful heart,
' Till memory he dead.
" To on* whose love for me shall last
^hen lighter partions" loog have past,
So holy't island true ;
To ono whose love halb longer dwelt,
More dttply fixed, moro keenly felt,
Th'in any owned by you.
E.-.?h ?ue<? n.istarteil ot the word,
And ?aid hi?. ba:-d upon bis sword,
With fury fishing cy* :
And Star.k-y s,.id : " We crari> tho came.
Proud kni^h;, of this tno;t pe?-rlrii dame,
Whose luve yen count so bigh."
St. Lc- n puti-i:d. ns if ho would
?Mot breathe ber name in careless mood
Th tu Ugijtlj' to ?ac."her \ '
Then bent V\6 Coblo hea-l as i hough
To give that wt rd its reverence i'ue,
Ar.'d gently msj?: " .Mv AIoTUKB !"
'. Oh ! thi. mun trim a put un enemy in his
ai(-a h w steal ??wa* his seii-es."
lae v?ils ?.v.-.nitL.g ?rom th? drinking u?.u
sre>. - ? <?>-* ?-i>?.v h* vveti.:mated
j '? . .. 4. " :l .iKCf S--I-?.M.J V-.'A -Ot* upon
*-h- au j ; , . vc un!.'<v<!..<>. ?ve up the
!. : ii j; b ll?? h'-- s i: >t ti.? danger
t .: -?:'. Oe in: *: 'ry in Ochers lr >in i:'ts
Oe v.-i at u-^ of tbepoisooOttj draught. Yet
Lta :.?-e..lta???e-?s uww net niter tut tact. KVc
ri -na i Wao drinka H g!a?? of ? ?nr ur other
?tpi r tn o?<?f'i?oci.- to ; he cusipma of the at;-,
itntt'ts aa injury the ectunfauitj and en
Jat'geis li!=to*t- safoty. The Tearier wili nay
th-t<i.ij isa etrotig fcsVrtion, but look at it
ca didiy twd btv ? we do not ^ho? it to bc
rt it? a pretty w?il ascoriained fact, as ?.<
sbowo?i i J j ? 'u . article; that in rho Sta:o
[ikavta ..-.<-:??' :u*e tv-Jiy not - less loan
. J>-':'" - ' ?-i't~i''- ? h^totua: ct; -occasibual
li? . ;: .../-y-, . ba djiinkards? It will j
- - . .. -I .4. \?*>.'.?; born drack- J
4jr. , ... - -nr- ?:r-t '..'*.- ... -icd "th is r].-. )
f. i- .i ?il fh ffosr M be tiey -:ru ikariis?
- re-**?s':e s >hn* :uixr reD?"r?erais. Nf
ti. ? '..'.:.-?.:...? .y drunken ' ..-o t? tu
. il.- ..-..-.:.....>-...> --t>H. :. KlUtUtb
N . '. : j LI isa'.iu.ti-jw .... ,ar Si. e
er- .. .. u .u-viut: ti druaUMrd. ?u> :
ir tty--.?.. .vi-..- - 0 iriaker*. % .1 -.f
^Ui--. ..'.?^c- li?t?-J m;<j< .? A' Slr.:**.! -n, A.
I'TJ ail p^'.?iabi?iy, rurc ma., yea - ?lav
pu?'3 ? away, ?ceupj ?he placer u tv B.'?i-d by
ruin "*iij I'Wtb'iOtaein? bt ia*ee. ' "I to y reason?'!
iua' a yv'ii'HV reason, ify.in ar<: a KKXIU
raty ?^nk?-r. l"oy b..usttd, as you now
boast. th*t t!i.-y had LJO ranch bcii\e ..ot to j
kn<>w wo T. rhere \v.\? d^ngerand thou'to stop.
"Thej deW'A'd driiukaids as anybody,"
Ka?"- prob'ft5lT: taigbt '-sive said or thought as
you u -.v .-ay *J? think: " I have too much
nei've-r-Ioo.xnuCh ?Tmu?>s ?nd self-respect
too mvtcb regan! for family, friend, and post j
tion in society, ev sr to be a druufcard. No j
danger of me ; 1 carr drink or let it alone. If
I find I am in dasgrr.-. then I will stop at j
once." My friend, rwmsmber that Solomon
has sai-*, *' ile that trustefb to bis own heart
The millions who ?bave filled drunkard's
?raves, aud tit* other multitudes who are has
tening thither, once occupied your present
position ard talked aud reasoned just as you
now talk and reason ; yet they have fallen !
Is ther? not, then, we ask in all seriousness
and earnestness*, is there not danger, fearful j
daiigef tbm you too,may fal!, and one day fill
a drunkard's grave ?
True, indeed, ths-re are some who cse li
quor inydt-ratcly for many years, and never
wt?re known to be drunk, but these form
.? ceptions to the general oour.-e of things.
There i - no ?at'ety only by adopting the
.prt.ic'ple ?d' total ubst'uwnci from all that
d'? inloxic tte. Never take thc first drop and
y.'j :.ti.?'.tlc, but there is safety, in no other
Ba*- tlie wo??*fla?ir??rir?ker not ouly expose?
h:m:>- !f *v dancer -md ruin, Ult. .tr. itjures j
the cons m iloi ty. IV? could give a long cata j
IotT Ki of the na me* ?'il -pfonii.si-'ij yimng inp i j
who.hav- beim r.-in/d-made "a grief ind a ?
our*.' t'? :b~i . fi fds nr.d ftoclety. wdely in j
?enseciuenro-of stl . ? :? Ulu rt c i'" ?nd comnien- l
JaM . t'.< ;. Uw'*'!t? - xanjple of .certajn iuI:ti-1
ontiul porsotts who .xrc modt-r .t^ drinkers. I
Bwrv manjs ur.de? aiora? obligation to ?et?I
an . sampln in 'iii ?u? actum? ??id manner of ?
life oilier.-:, ami eepec?sMy 'h" yoong,
Di*V tf./??7/-f<)il'iw. \Vhili> Mm>> nv.y lullovv
tte '-?^rap?e of moderate drinkers, n" 1 .'?e.vct
bec'itnc drunkard*?, ir- <; .? ?-q te of it. innl -
tiludnH r^ill'iba.*firM^ht?it?) and htq-t r- a?t
av, i'tit--: ?.-t.r'-k w?-: -ij th?-y arc unable to
c?- ?f '':,and f-'ib wit! .a^uredfy i'tvd th* sn
in a dr"t:ks:a'j praire.
?:..-.. -.. i'- sVju'd not be foJrgK?tt??n
tb.-t- re?r>i irr*:e drinkers ore. the
.. .;!v . ihfi '. ? 'Vn fi;a -nop* of orr
S ?'.. WU" -' .. ?l b}?,l b Mid cri<.'ti>"
ii: ?!. .<-.:? -.if vcf.-f ifite I'?! fitthr,
ni ci r b'-? '.*5 . . visit ]< ? There isVcitii?v
ly il n. m iii'-i.-'e .-fl'ttfy I .-? t;< ??ll-r-rp; n1
.?... i 'he goitd ??p i l tlioS'.'. r.:'.t:..d -n?,
,. ..?..bi v.* i i i i . f v.,".*-'.i?'- im: !)ifs?Tiea<4l
vi- uHii ? om-til .? dunbi ? . .?..v?-rig? (orille c.v
chi'.ive tv -lU-i:.' ly iii :i ?Ciiit.Uari'L-.-N. I
Tm ' o i'.c. .?' be i.ba;:d> iv.d in eten
itv and town in the State io !e?s tuan thirty
.days, were it not t1ikVsbme*roen, deer
sociable, patronize tire dratnseliers.
A.. arid Gen. B , and Col. C., and E
and lawyer E., und Dr. F., und otbc
similar stamp must be accommodated
Ali the uvils resulting from the traOi
of confio, lu1 charged ti? those by .wh
?ueiice u i? sustained. 0 ! that resp
modcrn?f drinkers would think rf li
iiitluviice of then* course-the injur
aro unwittingly doing to others, and nc
plan* ti.virus upon a dying pillow".
A mo ri cnn Aitairs in Europe
In iLc lieuse of Commons,' May c
following conversation took place:
Mr. Shaw, Lefevre. As some mis
U-i^ion v/t-.s cfjUS-.-d by tbe answer oft
ole lord diner night to a question ]
an honorable member, I wish io ask w
h-- communication which th? noble ior
nad bren received from thc United
GoYvjvti.ear., wnh respect ro t.tfe losses
cti by the Alabama and other similar v
i .I? any way contradictory in tenot
npint to Mr. Adams'" dispatch of Oe
lStiil, in wbicb be stated that, in order t
serve unanimity and- friendship betwec
two cour.iries bo was instructed by bis
erjt?ieiit to postpone any question
might arise with reference to the def
tions of the Alabama- to some future
when it could be discussed with calm
und I also wish to ask whether that coi
nication was dated before" or after the i
sion of President Johnson.
Lord Palmerston : I can only repeat
I saidton a former occasion-that corni
cations have been goiog on between th<
Governments for a considerable time
with regard to the captures made by tb
abama and other ships of the same kind
houorable friend wishes to kne w whetiu
a recent communication, the identical v
are repeated which were contained in m;
mer one. I am not aware that the ideii
words are msed, but the geueril tenor of
communication is the same and refers t<
same matters as the previous ones, a cei
portion of which have been laid before
liam CD t, and are now on tho tabla of
House; My honorable frieud asks wht
the last communication was made 6inci
accefasiou of President Johnson. It was i
here siuce that time; but wbexher the ins
tions upon, which it was made were issue
President Lincoln or President Jobnst
cannot inform you.
Lord R. Cecil : I understood the noble
at the head of the Government to say
the former demands on the subject ol' th<
abama bad been conveyed in a corresponde
>f which a portion bad been laid before
dament. 1 wish to ask the noble lord i
are the dates, or ut lea-sl what is the app
imato period ol tim c ,:re>pondcijce relu
to the demands on the account of the .
bama which bas not beenjaid before Pu
Lord Palmerston was understood to scj
wan not able off band to answer the que>
of the nobie lord.
Mr. \V. E. Forster: Ii it net possible,
case of such considerable importance, fop
Under Secretary for Foreign Affairs, or si
ot'uer person on behalf of the Govcrnmen
give a more explicit answer to thc qjjgs
which has been put by tbe honorable mi
f?er ? There seems to be an impreca
abroad- I believe an unfounded impr?bf
-teat . since'the accession of President Jo
sob, claim- w'uh rogar J to the Alabama b
been made ?ti a different spirit from" t
vkich they were made formerly. I rat
-??Hier from tue question of the noble})
(Lord TL C?-cii) that he is not altogether
isdits i Vt i?h i ?f reply of the noble lord at"
.?vi of tho Government.. It is of importa
thkl the mind of the chantry should be sel
c?. ip-'in this subject! tijiti'if it be the cu
a-i hd'.vvc it bi. mal nd lre.:h feature I
i ii trod aced into theciaini? on account
? :::} alabama within ??<>c. few months, I h<
the Gader Secretary tor Foreign Affitrs v
be ai'lo Lo siuto that distinctly.
M. Layartl : The eti-ois ver;, simple. .1
ordinal demand was that contained in pap
wjiieli L-itro been ia: ? on the table of t
i! .u-v i?.3: year, ot tim end of the pre
ous ? .'.-?.:?..?-. Wbenh'vci eases have ?risi
?A'he?h?r ?b?rtary or ol he;-. : :?' vessels e.'
turcd I-, ibe Alabamaand o;fie??Vips 0: ti
md: :h. Adonis, in putting kr ward t
claim oscb particular vi.se, bus rei.emt
.!.. -. ??'?al claim almost <n tu* sam-* WUP
.i?h(?ri win -go. : j a upt^e which reach
." . -'>'> G /r< rameut b-l...r? tue dea
.li-'. ?ledt Lincoln, tuai Jemand was tu
?i -, renewed in words almost identic
-. . . li-e original c?atm. l?iut is the staie
li th'-. Cute rests at present. There h
i>! aa no fresh demand, neither hus ibo clai
bom withdrawn. Tbe demands which fia
Ocsn-madi ot, lateare continuations ot' f
OPINION Ol" TJIE PRESS OK JtStERlCAN AiTAlI
Tbe Owl (edited by Hon. Evelyn Ashlc
Lord Palmerston's Private Secretary,) co
eludes an article on British relations wi
the United States by saying the peace of-ti
world scents to depend at this moment up<
the brm and joint action of England at
France. Without committing ourselves
the policy of our neighbors in Mexico, it w
bi easy to let the United States undarstsr
tba: the two great Western Powers of E'
rope are ona as to their mode of rrg trdir
international obligations and the sacredne
of public law.
The Owl says that tbe question of payin
an indemnity for the losses the America!
b-.ve sustained by the depredat ions of the A
abama. hos reuched au unpleasant point. 1
reply to the government at Washington, tl
British Cabinet hos intimated that it is nc
. intended to pay their damages, and tbe:
international law is on our Bide. The ri
joinder from Washington alludes to comper
The London Morning Post editorially rjt
fers to the proclamation of President Johr
son, declaring that J be American ports sha
h? closed against the public ships of thoa
power? wbicb continue to extend their hosp!
ta'ity to Confederate cruisers, and remark
that " until the American government con:
pfetely abandons th?rgbt of a blockade, the;
continue to acknowledge the existence of
state of war. anoVlbrceon England the ?
c .c -.ilioit of the r Oivti belligerent s.'atu?. flt
well as jbat of Uteir opponents. So lon?j
ho over, as we aro compelled to admit tb
belligerent character of Southam privatet-rc
we must, ?11 accordance with 'the principle
of neutrality, admH ihera *o our ports."
The Paris Moniteur confirms tho revoca
I tion of th-' order limiting the stay of Federn
j ships in French ??crts, and says that Franc
; bas also announced that she will hasten tb
j removal of all othc*r restrictions soon as th<
i Washington Cabinet ceases to exercise ex
, ei->l?'?non. rights which, ns belligerent?, i
i i-. ...iftblt'd to el.iiiVi towards neutral vessels
! . -The Moni'eur .-'aies its belief that Johnsoi
j '.viii follow the wise, friendly policy of. Mr
I MATYKBS IX V'.'HGI.VIA-There appears ti
h* little doubt that at ' feast three Souator
n'l about an equal number of representative
?o? GoVeViior Ptnrpdtit's late Alexandria Statt
government linve dciddtd to distyg?rd ht;
,.- fi.r :?--..;. I.'it.tr it? Kiclirndhd', on tb,l
njf.tii^i-that a mnjority of the members rc
...-.ti "t"i .aro iin-n.- ol dishiyal antec?
il . .'* ?'.''? i" ' I ?mwnjered by promi
..e. : r. Oil bj W ri i..??'??M fot sbttd?wlllg til
t..,;':c; gbj .u the rtidicaistn que's
j UouB Of reconstruction,
Tl?e Plana! Nuncio has left Mexico. Some
ncc?un'ts say he isr poir?g#toRoin?, others that I
ha is on an important *rais>jdn to Central '
The republican forces have been defeated at
various points, their large.armies destro3'ed,
and their most prominent chief? surrendered,
the small bodies are-still active and give the
French and their allies plenty of employ
ment, peaco being seemingly as far oif as
ever. Mejia's officials dispatch ' to Marshal
'Bazine relative to the' battle o? Matamoros
and the defeat of Negr?to had been published.
Thc. republican general's retreat from before
Matamoros was a disastrous one. The French
forces had also again defeated the army of
An important decree against vagrancy in
all its various phases had been published by
! ?>I?P?EXS AND REAGAN-The Boston Her
? aid tim? describes the manner in which
Messrs,. Stephens and Reagan were transfer
red from the Tuscarora to the. casemates of
Fort Warren : -,
4 The rebel Vice President, A. II. Stephens,
and Postmaster G?nerai Reagan, were trans
ferred from the Uited States sloop-of-war
Tuscarora to Fort Warren yesterday fore
noon, between ll andr 12 o'clock. Neither of
the distinguished rebels knew that the other
was ou board the Tuscarora, and when they
were taken from that vessel they were plac
ed in separate boats, and the secrecy that
was observed on their passage to the fortress
was maintained after they ontered it. Major
General Dix, commander of thc department,
who arrived in. Boston Wednesday night,
went down to Fort Warren carly in the
morning, and inst the prisoners on their ar
rival. Agreeably to his orders, separate cells
were constructed for Stephens and Reagan,
under tho officers' quarters in the casemates.
To those places the rebels were taken this
morning and locked upland strong guard
was placed over them. They will not be al
lowed to talk to any one nor receive any. let
ters or papers, and the fact of the other's con
finement in. Fort Warren is not to be known
to either. The orders concerning them are
very strict. Aftar seeing that his orders had
been weil executed, Gen. Dix returned to
this city about noon, and last evening return
ed to New York.
UoKRiiiLE MASSACRE OK A FAMILY AT BH
I.V ?iT.iNcs, AJ.A.-We received inteli.ijjy'iCt
list night of the mostdiab.;lical and. revolting
slaughter ot' a whole family at Baily Springs
Ala., consisting of Mr. Wilton, two grand
sons, sons of Judge Foster, of this State, Mr.
Taylor, the overseer, bis wifetiad two daugh
ters, by ?o'ur bushwbiu'M rS, a !?;>v days ago.
Tiitv iirsi placed Mr. lYiuoa over a lire to
extort from Liu his money, and a?erward->
took him ty a .-.??ring to drown him. but this
poot'uld mari died bet?re thisy-?->t him io iii*?
water. After this they returned, to tb'.- house
and shot Mr. Taylor, one ol' thc .daughters!
j and one of the young Fosters, dead. Mrs.
Taylor was shot, "wounding her mortaiiy.
Also, her daughter through the shoulder, and
the other young Foster in thovarm. lief
feigned death ancHhuj escaped.- The fiends
were taken into the houseby the family as an
act of charity, as.they euprjo.scd. The mili
tary are in pursuit of the murderers.-Nash
ville Dispatch 12th.
The World's- special nays that t he June terra
of Circuit Court ol' the district, commences
one week from to-d:ry. it is now (tuite cor
tain ii will end without the trial cf Mr. ila
vis, as iu the indictment already found. At
ali eveuts psepara?or.s for his trial are go'rag
forward, whether with the consent of the Gov
ernment or uot,-is uukaown. lt is now said
to have been definitely decided not to try
him by military committee. Since the release
of Gov. Brown, no prominent officer has been
impri toned'. Gov. Warts, of Alabama, has
been released, and Ex Governor Smith, ot
Virginia, who has delivered hhusfell up, is
al:u allowed to go On parolo. Letcher aud
Vance are still iu the old Capitol, but il is
rumored that tlu-y will soon be ou parole.
RETURNING DOME.-Thc Charleston Cour
Ti mu?t be gratifying to our residents to
meei ou lite streets the familiar laces of their
family Physicians, and to see that, as they
retdrn bowie, they are rwunning their profes
sion. During the past two urthreedays our
advertising columns have contained notices
ol the return-home, and thu 'resumption of
, ... .-ol Dr. Robert Lebby, Sr., and Hrs.
j F. Ji. an ? W. F. Robertson. This morning
I uur columns announce ibo return home ot
j i Jr. R. A. Kinloch, who also resumes thc prac
J tice of lils profession, al his former residence,
j .Meeting street, nc.tr George. ! *
: -^ ?al
NEGRO AITREKTICRSHIP IN MARYLAND.'j f
I -A case T.-a3 heard in the Circuit Court at j '
j Baltimore lately, which involved features of ; fel
I considerable interest. Arguments were made j s<
I on three petitions for writs of habeas corpus I y
to release certain negro childr-m, formerly j ?,
j. slaves, who were bound ta their former owri- P
ers. The counsel for the apprentice* argued h
that th; binding wai illegal and void, and in ' s'
conlJict with the previsions of the (new)
constitution, lt was contended in opposi
tion that the constitution duly maflj thc par
tics free, and that that instrument did not i
interfere with the status of free negroes pri- j st
or to its passage, so that all the laws now in oi
if force applicable to free negroes included those ; b
! made free by its pr.asage. No decision has j o
?been given, but the case has groat i m portan co j tv
-with the negro population, as the result will ; tc
affect thc privileges of tho wlioly class.. ja
\" Lira's DAKE. SIDE.-It w certain that what- j e(
never sunbeams God has thrown across our;"
patji-and his mercy hos made them bot.h
numerous and bright-there are also cbnds
to cast their shadow over every career, how
ever prosperous, pew summer dru's pass
i without rain, and often ?heir sultry he:..', brings *
? doath with it. So every successful 1Mb has -V
ils disappointments j evcry'bap'py une tts sur- V*
rows ; even every Christian one its crosses, ! *
Unavailing strivings against.oppression, hi*.art- j "
le=ss resisting* of a pinching poverty-the gri- ,.ai
ping demands of an avaricious selfishness- J
! the prevalence of wick .td oe-J and'd -pravity
these a.u life's dark sides, that rdiali pcrar be G
removed till sir. is deSiidycd. Let th;s'in
separable un r?ti br evi r bi?rr.e in nillup'Sin , ?
rules with a high haild ?it '.hat back; ai reel., or ! j,
in yon narrow laue, and by an Unavoidable,! g
consequence these are the-abodcs Of thc deep | [(
est sorrow. Personal ungodliness ever eu- : 0
tails the stings and Vexations of an unconver- j ji
ted stat;*. Family irr?ligion is tho sure pre- j j,
cursor of intestine tumults and heart-break- ?
j ng. sept ration's. Social depravity brings pris |
eiiaa?dnvorjf houses anet poiicc establishments j 0
I with it. Lite's duri: side ia life's binning aide: [fl
! Every time wc lift the hand of . rebellion.'!. n
I againet God, we throw its shadow of sorrows J p
I back on ourselves. Strive to make life holy, 11.
: to crush sin in your heart, and rebuke it abroad j \
j to guide your steps by ibo lanap. of God**
I truth. You will thus brighten life, and les?
j sen ils dark shades, while the reflection of
! ! your good works bay throw a gleam- of sun
i shine on the career' of another, ic6B hopafiil j J
I and more sinful than your own. "'* lt
j "?^y* The Times'Wadiiu^ton s?)us?d soys that :
lirjre aiiU enitnimitic. Union Cicctinss aro etili !
! tho order of tho day in North 'Carolina,, while in , 1
; Virginie not a Ujiion gathbriojt is aoMeoabla. '
j 'L'bo people oro luorot-u und sullen, and tho press '
1 generally ia very impudent. |?
Something'-for rthe Giris.
The Daily TKississippiaii,.now publi
SaJui?^AlaC, amid a,ll-the excitement
day. finds time and'-xp?ce.fjr some v
3elltnt;advice.to ths.girls. '. As girls al
auch a like, whether in. Alabama or G
-he suggestions of .our coteinporary v
je considered altogether malapropos]
his beautifuljcily of Augusta, when
ire some o? the best, loveliest and m
vitcbing girls in the-country, and whe
t the truth were known, and cando
.ells'to sayit, there are a great mari
?cern matrimonially inclined, and who'
l?t object taking unto themselves one
lerner sex " tor better"-but we om
(alance ol the sentence, as we hope ant
vhen they do change their state,, it w
or the best. Believing that the .artic
lo no harm, but cri the contrary, be pi
ire at least of amusement if not much
ire produce without further prelude, o
emporary article, which is as follow:
u which we- invite the special ?ttent
ar young lady readers : .
Yon all want to marry, don't you, |
t least, .yon aro. making your calcul;
3 do so some day, are you not? Of c
ou arc-you all expect to marry j an
xpectations of most,.if not all' of you,
oubtless ber realised. You want good
ands, too. We hope you may getgood
r ?one' at alK Better live and die old r
ban to pair yourselves off with wort
bung men. Now, wo think we can put
i the right road to get good husbands. T
ist the road you have been wanting to
>r some time, but some of you have m
; a long way. We will now point .it Oj
ou, and if you follow, ia it, ten to one
'ill find just such husband as you desir
The important thing to be done is to re
ourselves worthy of'good husbands,
inst put off .thc ways of " children,
mst study to make yourselves useful, as'
s ornamental. You must, for a time at 1
ly aside, tho fashionable accompIishmcO
fe, and study those things which will 1
e.e to you after marriage. A young :
ho is worth having is .not easily caught,
mst see something in a young lady to c
lend her besides beauty of- person or
:ss accomplishments. You must setit-d
i a fixed fkctj?hat a young man who js
nj to-marry.you, knowing you.to be d<
tte of useful-accomplishments, is not w<
aving, and you, should discard kim at o
ust ts.lcrj.it for granted that that young i
i capable of r?anaging and providing f
.i<i!.i, is you aire of assisting bim. Th
.ic, to secure goon0 husbands, yob n
r'-ve yourselves worthy of "them. # * \
There arc some girls who become t
axious to marry, and they, put th?m?ei
irward a little faster than prudence.or rx
?ty would dictate. We wftuld not ace
iy of the young' ladies wo are now talk
i '.f.t.ftu-g guilty ot' immodesty or forw?
c.'-S; but we hiiV: c-.e.i sumo in our day wh
uv. mers n -re aaythir.g bul pica. ..<g to a lc
F modc.ty. And uow.girls, we want to
r>o to talk'to thftt class for us, as it is
robable that an article in a newspaper wo
toe any effect upon thom. Whenever;
?C a young hdy who is Tery boisierou
ho talki.anddaughs.vtry loud when.in
jtapany pf youog gentlemen-you ought
ike her .'aside and advice her to be a lil
lore modest-for she is certainly lower
re dignity .of your sex. Tel ber that st
onduct is'seriously injuring h?r in the e:
?ation of ali worthy young men. And
au should ever see one'so far forget her:
3 to talk or laugh in church, be sure-to
rove her kindly foi it.. A gentle rcpri
tay bo -Of great advantage to her-it ni
luso her. to reflect and see how unbecomi
er conduct is.
Remember, young ladies, that your girl
ays will soon be over. Very soon you ;
> become the wives and mothers of our cot
ry. You will erelong be called to fill, t
:ations now occupied by your mothers. Hi
sry importar? than that voa get good hi
ands and prepare yourselves to make gp
ives. Go--d old Paul left somo excelle
d^ice, to the ladies ou. record, lt wa* to tl
fleet-that "women ad.rn themselves
lodest apparel with shamcfar-edness and ;
riety j not with braided hair or gold
taris, or costly array, butwith good work:
Nov.-, however anxious a girl. n:?y be
larry, she should- never hangout a sign
lat effect. . Wc have seen-aud-so have yo
o doubt-youn!? ladies whose every act I
joke as pmin ai tongue could speak, " Yi
an have me, sir, for the asking." Or,
ther words. lier actions were- a continu
?petition of the following line : ".
"Oh ! I should like to marry !"
Whenever it becomes known thal a your
idy is in l ite min ket and is exceedingly an
ms to get herself off at any pric-H, she
nc-, depreciates in value, ?nu* young rut
bo realiy want wives become indiff?rai
bout her. Thi'v rn?- flirt with her for
inf, but noue.of l.heui ?'ant her itt a wi;
hey set'no value upon, a prize that i" ?
wily taken. Tlrcrefore, girls, you can a
;e.the neces>ity of putting a high price'e
ourselves. When girls set the proper volt
pon themselves and keep theniaelles inti
r ?per sphere, they will not have to see
usbands'by exhibiting themselves with th
gn " to let" sticking out, but they will li
msrht out.'by the men who want good-wi ve;
nd who aro capable of taking care of then
LOST.-We saw yesterday, a sickly;, hal
arved, poor old negro,, who told us that h
nee liada good old home down in Georgi:
ut who, unfortunately, followed the ann,
If in search of his own misery und trouble
hieb he .never for a moment supposed wa
> be found in the word '. freedom.'-' He wa
pitiful object to look" upon. H-: was. a strati
er in a Strange laud ; his friuuds had turc
1 their backs upon him. All he sighed lo
'as a pass to go back to his " good Old mas
fi-to wife and little ones-if but to.live;
ftlc while, he was willing. To die in d<
ld log cabin-in de hut on do old hoini
inn, whir dey - needs no firo in de winter
asedo syn keeps de .hearthstone warm
i'bar d-'Oruum eora grow.round de cabin
hat' de boys hoe de- cottou and do cune
.har de niggers-used to. dunce in de moan
gut. Dey was happy-but dey'll heber b<
gain.-Louisville (Ivy. Democrat.) v
"STKCTICLES Fon Hortsss.-The United Statei
iazb'te relates thc following incident :'
A gentleman liad au old and valued horse
mose si^dit was delect ?ve. For some time
asi thc Quadruped eviuced a tendency tc
tumble, und strain his sight.tp objects close
j huh, iti .-. inanncr that set the kindhearted
wn&t itt devising a remedy. The gentleman
idgcd ih:tt with"a pair of spectacles, th?
b'rs? would do us well as when in his pfime
LU optician ground to order a pair of pebble
lasses,about the size of the object glasses
f a large lorgnette. They were fixed in a
ramo over the horse's eyes., That animal is
IOW u h?rsejn spoctaCle3,audmot an elderly
,-cntlemau ever showed a- greater appr?cia
ion ot the convenience. When in ibe sta
de the spectacles arc removed.
There are many, men who ha?e never gam
de.d, and many women who have never flirt
id. There aro many dogs, too, that have
lever killed their own mutton.; yet *?ry few
hat, having once begun, have ever stopped.
Sovcrarof the loadlojj pollUnlaiu in Wash
ngt?u think the boat plan ?f governing IbeuSouth
; VJ make unitary dfs'tri?t? of iflu'r'a lime, aud
:j?p pofiticians out of tho field until niatters as
;UQIO ft aore Melinite and ttuiet shape.
MassRS. JEnrroas-^In -.consi ,? acuco o ? nu m?
rous enquiries dailyius to the- priro- of Gobi for
Confederate-Notes' during-a, certnia..period, we
bav?,-for the convenience <?f ' our citizens', who
may h;.vu settlements to make, .prepared a table
1 I ff oin' our Boeks''st?ow'irig actual iVlea from Janu
[ i ar-y J, 18$1, to. May 1,1365, which is at your sor
?ic?e, . should ,you ?bink .proper to. publish tho
samo. Yory respectfully,
.F. C. BARBER A SON,
. :? v 'Exchange Brokers.
Augusta; Ga., Jnne O, ?S6V - ....
. ? -JL - i . .. -
Prid?./!/" GU fd fo^Conf?d',} ate -Hole* from-Jcrnu?
xr.y 1, lS61,-:to.May. 12, 1865,'inclusLi?; . sj
186C-January 1 to "May ),- ' ' ? ets premium.
. May 1 to October, "JO" i? '. . '. "
Ostobor 1 to Oct 15/' . 12" '. f
Oct. 15 to Nov io, - .15 ?h. . ?
..December 1 '20.?'. .
December 15' ' 30.'? X "
1862-January! ..'?' * 20" "
? January 15 20 " - . ' "
. February-I - 25" - " ? 'j
February 15 40 " <'...-.
- Muroh i ' 50 ?
March 15- 63 ff ".
April 1' ' ' . 75 " ? ? ?''.
.Avilis 80 ? .
May 1 90 "
May 1$ ?' - ' 95'?? f! ?
June 1 ' . 95 " *> ".
Jaao 15 to July 15 . $2 . . .for $1
"Angust? . 2.20 " I
August 15 ' 2,2U . "". J,
' September t ; 2,50 . " " I
"October 1 " 2,50 . "? 1
October/Jo. . " 2.50 ' " t>.
Nar 1 to Ferx l, J63, . -S,O0 .." . ? .
1863-Feb Ito Mar 1, . 3,10 ". tjjj
March ? ... . 3,2s " J
Mar 15 to Mey IF '. 5,00 . ]
.?foy IS- 6.00 1
?Juntfl . 6.50 " " 1
June 15 7,50 " . I
. July 1 . / . 8,00 "
. July 15 . dO.Olr- .'. '.' "1
Auiruat 1 . .. 14.00 ".? Li'
Ailcu-t 15 ' 15.00 ' " : 1
. Sept I lo Sept 15 14.0.0 " 1
October 1 J3.00 " 1
Ootubcr 15 -, 12,50 ""? 1 . '|
November 1 13.00 . " l
November 15 I5>50 ." I.'
Docembor 15 21,00 ,??
160 1-Janua-T I I'.l.OO **. \.~
Jan 15 to Feb f- ' 20.00' " 1
February 15* 21.00 , ? 1
Mar 1 to" Mar 15 20.u0 . ? V
.Ap,r?.l 1 rt ?-? --.19,0.01 ^??; ?- .?-[
April 15. 21,00 j ' 1
May I .. . - ?'snf?* ! t
May 15 * 1S.00 ' ? 1
JioiaJ td July .15 - > 18,00 '. " 1
.hil., 15 to Aug 15 20j00 " 1
Au uss 15 J22.0? ? '. ?. 1
September 1 - 20(oU " . I
Sept 15 .22,50 it
?ett/ber I KM. ? ? 1
October 15 ' 25.00 "- ?' 1
November 7, . ' 26,5(1 - .? -'. . 1 '
November 15 28,00 vt 1
Doccmber 1 :t2,00 ~" . h 1
December 15 . 3V>0 . - " 1 ' I
December tfP 51,00 " 1 ,|
lb65-January 1 . 60,00 ? 1 _
. January 15 C5,00 /?'. 1
Februnryl- ?0,00 . - 1 J
February 15 46,00. ? 1
" ' . March J 55;00. " 1
s Marchi J ' ' 50.U? 1
. April 1 . 70,1)0 " 1
April J? 80,00 , " . " 1 .
.AprU 20 . 100,00 '?' 1
AprH'2? 200,00 " 1
April 27 : . ?0.0,00. . I -
April 28 >- . . 500,00 ? 1
April 29 ' S00.00 " 1 j
April-30 1000.00 " * 1
lu/i . i2oo;oo " ? J\Q
W?jcb was Ibo last-actual salo for Confeti Notes.
POWERS1 STATCK or. WASUI.?CT?.V DC
STOYK -Among tho mest va!nable work;;; of
art deadOyod by the late fire}in Richmond
was the.,sup?rb Masonic statue of Wasbi igtnn,
which waa made'in Italy by r*ower3. thc cere
brated aculptor, for Lodge No. 4, of Frcde
rirksburg, where the distingnished hero and
statesman wa? first initiated Tn to the ?ftsaud
mysti?ries of Masoii?y. The -marble from
TYhioh the statue was made 'was of the" purest
character,-and upon which scarcely a colored
spot Was: perceptible,-while in pdrnt of artis-:
tic execution, it-id believed to have neyer beetr^
excelled. Since the first occupation bf Fred
eriuL*burg by the United Stat?s troops, alter
thc breaking out ot the war, this statue has
been in Richmond, and when first received
there it was put upon exhibition at tho roar
hie saloon ot Mr. John Ti/*. Davies, on Ninth
street, where it for some time attracted crowds
of admiring spectators from all parts of the
South. . .
Subsequently,.when Davies was required
to vacate to tbe Confederate Goveruineni bu
saloon iu the Mechanic Institute.JiwldlHcJ
the statue was, by iii? oidor and under bis
immediate superiiit,erid?ii??, in?osed ia the
original bux ia v.liicb it sra-; caraicu i?, .slab's
of granitu, secu'ruiy bot?n.] .-?roun-l with if'VnV;
in nrdrr in more securely preserve' it I'riT
hnrm. It wa-? thon tninsf'erred to an out'imise
t > ihn right, of tin Instituir1, wberre it remaiu
J ed up to thu time it was Jea?ri>)?-d by the-tire.
Tile eflec-t of tue tire has l-endered it eutirefy
woitble^s ard ' fragments aro ajuw scattered
for some d'stahr-e around. '!<frje fr-atures ? and
limbs are almost crumbled into powder,, but
the body HCQI remiiius oinbeddod in., the ? ??y
bj.^h wi:u.abour- half of it protruding from
beriiiCth. Nninbt;^ liavtjprocuredpipcw fmni
it as r< lie- of the fate and fall ' ol Jlichmond'
_ ?^ - ? '. * -ix-f
DKAT?I OK A WEAI.TH V J^'AN.-J>imi?a C.
JohnsojD, one of tho weall hin?.: men' in vibe '
South, died on tho'T2t.h nf >I.;y ax his . h'iniVj
uo?r ment?n, Ni C. He disiiih'efitrd all nia
rrlations bfca'isc they Ult biin wid^i'd ntifT'tri; -
tbriri8cTv:-? with'the rebel eau.??:--'- TRa^rJ?JS| :?
erty. amotiitiiicr to" marty millioris'' di* dbliars L
hi? bft to a few peri JMii fviorhls*. iii1- int-"' '
niK??e pos-i-ss.ions on the II . ttioke'river,c -rn ''r"
prise the.i i<:besi- .land? in ttie .country, ?t't
the.outbrcak??l'Jne r^bidliiu ln; iol? uitvtdu '?s- p
nuruybering ne.trly a.thousand, '.hat thejTcvrfia.^
reuiaiu '.viiu Lim o"go when; tficy plen-^jd..['
Ho wu a persj'ti ii liiond'of Henry' Cli-yr
whoEe.iiidobt.eiii.csi. which amouuted'-to over*
thirty thousand dollars, Mr..Johnson is said"j
to have canceled, without ilf. CI?\y*ir knowl
edge, who was 'never able, to " ascertain wliof
his -benefactor .wah. lie was,: about eighty
yean nf age Fhsn honied, and -Was a- devo
to i Union.mau up to the hyur of. his death
The Emperor of Russia ba's c'onoetled the
privilege of smoking in thc'streets to"all who wish
to do so. . *?* J' . - .. . - Cr..:
?S- The Secretary of the Treasury tclbgraph?
to tho Cotleetor of this port that tho President's
proclamation romovos alf ^restriction on products
and on all trade except contraband article? east
ot the Mississippi. Another' dispatch, received
in this city, also says- that the tweilty^Bvo per.'
cent. drav. back upon tho' purchaf-? of-cotton "ie
also abulisbod by the proclamation." -
A Tate English paper stajes-that ..one evo .
ning.a young man had justfitted .on a paiV.
of now boots.in a,shoe store, Ivhen. a rough
looking fellow stepped in aud struck him a.
blow upon fhu head.
Would you itanJ that ?"'' said the custom
mer tolhe ?toie-k?ep?r, who,, try the way, is
known to bo foud'of sport.
";?hat I wouIditV he r?plied. ' e, - .
-'The .young maVi, thus eneuungild. started.,
after his assailant, and he mu>t sLiil-bo in full
chase, as ueithcr-Ite nor tho boot's have sincp ?,
been roc?gnized in Nottingham.' 'ft is need-,-j
l*;s tp-.say. that the new. boou were not paUL
Fqri-nnd a ,pair of.old.o' rs*, wtjre it-it.bthitid. .
.?r?* Don't'iiv,- in h'?p? with-yt?nir funis";
folded; torturr? sini?es o?r -those tvho roll so ]
their eleeves and put their.shoulders ,to; the ;
Wheel. - ?v .* - ,
limo wheii'he-i* sowing th? soe*!, the li nits
of-wbich he?a:.to.i'<;ip in ?tftct vV?rs. ?< 1 hf.
spare no labor in-jts proper? cal ture he is sur?
ol obtainiog.a?^ but if. in
thcc?l't?uie of" Tbe .mcii falJ^?iljiie, lol lows the
example <of many-in tfU&j??^et^earjh, and
carelessly and negligomly ??es his w.crk like
tbetnj.be will fiqd the Medingtfjrp^;pH.st, and
his gro und - opl j. bri ngjng:. fortbVjvecds and
briers.; Let ,?h& yOTmg<apprentit?-*?J*ar ia
j ness, that dLbope5.of.eucc^s ^the^uturo
are doomed- to fi'do 'k?fiy lilte fbe^?norning -
misfr uideas heimprove- the golde?^Season.
Let him bear in mina^-hat1*Tie'c^ifib,?come
master of bia ' business only through tba
closet application ?iid the m?sV-persevering
(.industry; aud that ' uuless. .he. doesmaster it.
j herbsy bid far?w?lfto' all Wo visions of fu
ture prospects and succ?s?. Theapprentice
ship is the foundation of the greatjnechani
cal edifice; and *-;sore if the^foundation-(<f a
.structure-be!.-ijfot firmj- the- structure itself
.'crumbtes and'- fall ?to ?the earth. ; Thehjiyoung
friends, persevere; be studious' and-'atteative;
/Study well aUrthe diff?rent-- braarcSesv?f^ your
,rbus? n?ssv both- practicals and' theoretical-and
-wh?ifihe time-shall come for;yb? t?'t?ke an
act.Iyeparfrin' lUe,'ypU'frilJ;ndt fsjf-td* be of
use, not-only in-your Own'rnr?cuUrb??siness,
butin'society. ' " ..-,-'. .'.. -u
? '. - ':! tm ??8 -V---*
_ STRANGE ?N -DiT.-^-It is. reported;the gov
ernment has-discovered'a large bptcl? Of Jet
tera from Fernando,Wood, Beti '. Wood, the
Seymours, and''various other persons in the
North, among;the rebel archives -soi'ied in
r??cin)ond. Tt )s .further said that these let
ters, when-published, will s?artle'the.:cpmmu
nity, showing as they will 'the?'complicity of
the writers bi the devilish work of the re
bellion-N Y Herald, 10?1. '' '.
MISSUS. BACON ,t BUX1EH wili 'nractrca
i?'tho C?urtd of Law ani? Equity-^m this
sut?. - ? ? ? - .- ' '.-.
". OliVTOffice^uf H. C. Butler and'CarrolI & Bacon.
. JOUE E. BACON,
.- M..C. BUTLER.
' ?Iey.21,'. . : .3m \ ^ 22
Db. -T. J. TEAGUE rospectflll?pl offer?
-his ? professional sc'rvieeJ JA.-thorciiiseni of
?t?gefield and vicinity. . . ..->. ?
Ofijce ut Mr. JyB. Hodges'. Drue Store.
J11W20 ,... '. . . Vt.. . '.; sc
Powder! Powder I
AF?RST-RATE?rriclo of B.?FLE'POWDER
fur?ahf at.tU? .(St?ke. :Pricc 5.0. .contd poe
June 21-: .. v ...tf. -. ; 2C
-I pr DOZEN St PERIOR "EN G LISE. FI LES,
:X-tJ" embracing Mill Saw, Cross Cut and B ad
lard' FILES, for sal? at'ffindcr?t?'.-jjr'cef.
:.Als?,-a lot of.gplohd?d-CAST .'STIEL;^
. - SMITH ? -JONES.
. Juno-20 . tf -.... 26
To the Et?a^.
f?lIIE ?nnersigned.propoge f? open"ajolnt Main
A School iu tho Village;.of Edg?ficld, on 1,10
first-Tuesday" H?. Jely.. .. ... ' .
They will give intilruotion in ' aft branches of
loaming taught nt ii first cUi?? Academy'- With
cure.aud a judtcioiw sejoction of ponies'they will
endeavor to Ct tho**) young- men-who-have h.icn
in rho amy, fori.im?e'iliateiaa4'afeiiv.o;jife..-.
..They, will teach, froo of charge, a limited nra
ber or young.men, who havo been maimed i:i the
army, und who ure unable to p'Ay for their tuition.
When current m. n- y joanhot be obt.-iineil. j?.-(i
risions nt enrrent prices wilt ho rcCefvci fur tui
Tboso who dee'tre to ?end pupils niir please
hand in thoir names us anon ai practicable.
Pupils upon entering Fcbool will he ebarg-H
for tho Soidiun. unless taken away ia cnnsc4ucnce
of iomo unavuidablu accidurrt. "
J- . . . ' ?UTLER 4'ADDISON.
Juno 21 . tf ' ' 20
PERSONS intending to have.grain - ground at
my Mills will please observe thOrl'ollowing
rules:._ ' . i , :.rV?v. ..
Havo your names reg?t?r?d,in?tvays ftatinj;
about tho number of bushels to- lo "ground. Aj
the timo of registering, your nu tn os you will Lo
notit??d-of the dny-sssigned to ypn> - .?' '
Perdhns engaging dTlyp,, may,.hyvglyin!i r.otlro
of. the sums, psj;hange .days with . eay.h^ ntfi?r, if
t.ii? number "ot" .hji.iLeld, to ho .-en t by eauh u> about
tLo mine..T . ' ". * Z.~
Any person inay engage1 n Tinmb?r o? J?ty?,
p'rovidc'i'thcy ?ru n'>'tcot?soLran.ve^; >.".'!
Pajjaaj d?&,.il' the. ?rain r?".aitipre*cht-if will
bo grou^ni tu?fhjrnnt.or-if. ft? .mgisi.y.. i It u.it it
.wi?l loi ?fron'i'';tU.-tbJ .?r.-iyr of^iib jirnv./il. .
'il .v.?..,iy;.r gramiJMrlJ wranej ana dry. Bi
puutftiti!'iir'ypitr'.:p(i'>jntirici'fy, or y^u Will IOCJ
y'litir.pfiiceV,-iind'ti ueiv d'-y'i!ii:s>' b?-u.5>--igne(l to
>oir.?'* ?lr9??V*fe ?'V" -/^.'--_?^
Sinn4l turnii'ni.t oxccetlfug -throo- (3}-hiichel.*,
will havo urcferxueu-nf-ongiig-.uicDf!>. .
h. j - . l>.. X? MLMv
. Ju,,e..W - .>, ? . ? ?: '2h
diS?wSH frein-my prenit.sea i?a ?h>-?nyrlit.-of tb?
Qr.ldtLjRSD., j> /ma?i..i>.-?-V MAttE;^'^?, r?
i.i?of uuil^uicdiiim i i a?, tr jw maiA.Wrau^ed with
tii.c.loitvfli^on the bifi, .n'tiii ahoui.''ton yfe?rs old.
X.ihiult tbs; tn?l? Was. cJr'riod off :hyvit:negro, and
turned ' luokf suinewherM^beiWce^^
anti Ah^iist?;>:"A'^lihBrAl roward.W?lr'uPrp?d f-r
?ho ittov^ryToi" aaf?feJtu1o;,r- '-;.?> . .?.
June'.20^.y; ^ ^ ^ -2t. gg ... . A 2?>
THE -tt?antrovilly Munuf?iUnrin^^Conjpatiy
,-<v\\Udt)j} tinuo?t?! Bar/ft..Cloth -fur-? CflT-XoN,
Ki.?./,V bl, -0KN, -l'K?S,vB?VAN-J). I,A KU,
?TN ifi? Au^udjavpri?e? th'r^rwducc,-, Hb'd^urnis?
ivg Clo'i'mttVEoleSale ruCea;'. .
i-liV??it<:vill.?, Atirjh'S- V-: - Hf ^ 15
.j-...::- - -. as;1 a^r^%s
" 'ytSr T.'o Lave boon authorized '"hy - t?i?Frien Ja
of Capt. - rf.- B0lrL W AP.'E4/3' ..tr-'nounce fin? a
Candidate $j?) ?hiruT' $ ;?'d?.-5?)d: 'Dwlrictat tho
next elect:'.a, ; $?
'? : *$$? Tax^cone?^.^v-v
The Many-?ri?n.^ o'fD. 'A? j; JELLf| Esq..
respectfully;;nomiuatodriai. a*,* fi^nd^ate tor
Tax.Collector at the noxt^lectifm.' <V
. Oct IS ? -. ^ -iW^o?.f V? 4?
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THE ?any f riendaorQkgJ.: JAM?^^ETCH
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